These businesses include any type of construction from homes to commercial buildings, to government facilities, to large scale industrial complexes.
These businesses provide support to other organizations. Most consulting businesses specialize in a certain type of advice. Industrial Engineering typically work in consulting firms that focus on productivity improvement, information technology, or corporate strategy.
These businesses include both discretionary and staple products. Discretionary products could be such things as electronics, entertainment, clothing, etc. Staples include food/beverages, housing, transportation, etc.
These businesses support the military through products and services.
These businesses include the generation and distribution of energy services. Examples include natural gas pipelines and power plants.
These businesses include banks, insurance companies, investment companies, credit card providers, etc.
These careers involve the expansion of the core of a business through mergers and acquisitions or the expansion of the business into new product/services lines or geographic regions. Typically these careers evolve from careers in sales, or planning, or financial analysis. An MBA is generally essential for these careers.
These careers involve advising external clients in areas where you have special expertise. Typical areas of expertise include information technology, general Industrial Engineering, or project management. Consulting is often a first step career leading to a management position for a client company or other company which needs your expertise.
These careers involve being an interface between a company’s clients and the product/service it provides. Customer service positions involve supporting the client after the initial sale has been made. Customer service careers often extend the level of business revenue generated from a client. Customer service careers involve a high level of relationship building.